Into to Cells Chapter 7 Quiz

Into to Cells Chapter 7 Quiz

Cell vocabulary, prokaryotes vs eukaryotes, parts of a microscope quiz for a standard level biology class.

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Which of the following is always associated with eukaryotic cells?

a relatively small size as compared to prokaryotic cells
a single celled organism
the lack of membrane-bound organelles
the presence of membrane-bound organelles

Which of the following is NOT a component of the Cell Theory?

All cells come from other existingcells
All organisms are made of cells
All cells have a nucleus
Cells are the basic unit of structure and function in all living things

Where can DNA be found in a prokaryote?

cytoplasm
cell wall
nucleus
mitochondria

You are viewing a specimen under the lowest power objective lens (4X) . What is your total magnification?

10
4
14
40

This is an example of what kind of cell ?

This is an example of what kind of cell ?
plant
eukaryotic
prokaryotic
animal

What part of the microscope is depicted by number 4 on the diagram?

What part of the microscope is depicted by number 4 on the diagram?
stage
course objective knob
ocular
fine adjustment knob

Control center of a eukaryotic cell

mitochondria
nucleus
chloroplasts
ribososmes

Contribution of Schleiden, Schwann, and Virchow to our understanding of cells

published the book "Micrographia"
the first microscope
coined the term "cells"
the Cell Theory

Despite differences in size and shape, ALL cells have a cytoplasm and a

cell membrane
chloroplasts
mitochondria
nucleus

Why do we need a microscope to view prokaryotic organisms?

too detailed
they are transparent
too small
their interiors are filled with water